Jean Fleury Guest on Indigenous Voices on NOWTIME Radio

Jean FlueryJoin Indigenous Voices host, Audri Scott Williams, Jean Fleury, Healing Hearts at Wounded Knee, and Grandmother Flodemayo, Follow the Golden Path and the International Council of the 13 Indigenous Grandmothers, on this pre-recorded interview, which should be more appropriately referred to as a 45 minute sacred ceremony, as both Grandmother Flordemayo and Jean Fleury prepare the sacred space for the reading of the Letter of Invitation. By preparing our hearts to receive through prayers and sharing, the passionate calling in of all Indigeous around the world resonates at its highest and best frequency for manifestation. 

Broadcast airs on 11/24 at 12:00 Noon EST. 



“Healing Hearts at Wounded Knee” Landmark Speech Presented at the Parliament of the World’s Religions

Chief Arvol Looking Horse16-17 OCTOBER 2015
“Healing Hearts at Wounded Knee” Landmark Speech
Presented at the Parliament of the World’s Religions

On October 16-17, 2015, Chief Arvol Lookinghorse together with Saniel Bonder, founder of the international movement of Waking Down in MutualityStephen Dinan, founder of The Shift Network, Audri Scott Williams, leader of the Trail of Dreams World Peace Walk, and Jean Fleury, Co-Founder of Healing Hearts at Wounded Knee, offered one of the most powerful presentation at the 2015 Parliament of the World’s Religions : Healing Hearts at Wounded Knee.

The first session included a five-person panel delineating how the problems of massacre, racism and war are identified as leading to deep multi-generational wounding that ultimately touches each person and affects every nation on earth. Human evolutionary experiences of deep healing, spiritual transformation, and consciousness expansion indicate how far reaching, resonant and crucial it is for us to end denial of these pervasive wounds and truly heal. 

An invitation for people around the world was made to join with us on December 29th, 2015 in the Ceremony for Healing Our Hearts at Wounded Knee. This is a call for Deep Indigenous and Global Healing initiated by ceremony, healing practices, and a written declaration/invocation to end massacre, racism, and war.

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Lost Bird of Wounded Knee

lblogoLost Bird Story Summary                                

Lost Bird of Wounded KneeIn the spring or summer of 1890, Lost Bird was born somewhere on the prairies of South Dakota. Fate took her to Wounded Knee Creek on the Pine Ridge Reservation on Dec. 29, 1890.

On that tragic day, hundreds of Lakota men, women and children died in a confrontation with U.S. troops and the woman who likely was the child’s mother was among them. But as she was dying, she and her baby found some scanty shelter from the bitter cold and wind in the bank of a creek.

Four days after the massacre, a rescue party found the infant, miraculously alive, protected by the woman’s frozen body.

The infant was passed from one person to another and her sensational story attracted the attention of powerful white men. lostbird2Eventually, this living souvenir of Wounded Knee ended up in the hands of a National Guard general.

Lost Bird was adopted by Gen. Leonard Colby and, without her knowledge or consent, his suffragist wife, Clara Bewick Colby. The baby’s original name died on the killing field, along with her chance to grow up in her own culture. She became. literally and figuratively, Zintkala Nuni, the Lost Bird.

So Lost Bird – Zintka, as her adopted mother called her – Continue reading

Healing Hearts at Wounded Knee to speak at the 2015 Parliament of World Religions

Healing Hearts at Wounded KneeHealing Hearts at Wounded Knee to speak at the 2015 Parliament of World Religions in Salt Lake Oct 15 – 19

10,000 People. 80 Nations. 50 Faiths



The 2015 Parliament of the World’s Religions is an amazing lineup of Nobel Peace Laureates, Religious Leaders, Global Thinkers, and interfaith activists who are saying yes to reclaiming the heart of our humanity at the 2015 Parliament! 

2015 Parliament Speakers Reclaiming the Heart of Our Humanity Bring Global Wisdom and Practice to 3 Critical Issues: 

  • Climate Change & Care for Creation,
  • Income Inequity & Wasteful Consumption,
  • and War, Violence & Hate Speech.

 The 2015 Parliament’s world-class speakers comprise:

  • Nobel Peace Laureates including Costa Rica’s two-time President, the Spiritual Leader of Tibetan Buddhism, and a mother who helped put an end to sectarian violence in a war-torn Northern Ireland;
  • A Lakota nation tribal leader who is a global defender of sacred sites;
  • The United States Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom;
  • Top religious scholars, writers, speakers and activists achieving compassion, peace, justice and sustainability;
  • News media icons pointing global attention to issues like racial and interreligious relations, income equality, immigration, and the human rights and dignity of women, children, and all oppessed peoples.
  • Religious and spiritual luminaries strengthening the interfaith movement for our future

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